Aquafresh Milk Teeth Paste Reviews
Product Type: Aquafresh Oral Care
Description:Brand: Aquafresh / Type: Toothpaste / Subcategory: Gel / What it does: Refreshes, / For baby teeth and gums / Age: 0-3 Years
Newest Review: ... to brush her teeth with it so minty is definitely the only option in our house! With this Aquafresh toothpaste it is advised ... more
Customer Aquafresh Milk Teeth Paste Reviews (21)
by - written on 05/04/13 (Very useful, 38 readings)
Jayden is nearly a year old now and currently has 2 teeth, as soon as these started to come through I knew it was time to start brushing them. †Me and my Husband have always had very good teeth even as children and really want Jayden to be the same and to get into the habit of regularly cleaning his teeth. †I bought him his own baby toothbrush and dug out the sample of toothpaste that I received a couple of months previously. †The sample I received was Aquafresh Milk Teeth Toothpaste, its a brand I have often seen in the supermarkets and decided that it would be ideal to start him off on. † Packaging The Aquafresh Milk Teeth Toothpaste comes in a small ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/11/11 (Very useful, 45 readings)
My twin boys are 4 this month and have been brushing their teeth now since they were about 6 months old, with the help of me of course. I was quite confident in what toothpaste I'd be using for them as I remember my baby brother having to use the same when he was quite a bit younger. Aquafresh Milk Teeth toothpaste - which costs roughly £1 for a 50ml tube in many shops including Bodycare, Savers, Superdrug, Boots as well as Supermarkets. Aquafresh toothpastes are suitable for a range of ages but the one we've been using up until now is the 0-3 years version. The pastes are clearly labeled with the age range they are recommended for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/12/10 (Very useful, 55 readings)
I have lots of grandchildren and they all take it in turns to have a sleep over at our home, at least one stays over at the weekend and more often than not more than one stays over and so having their own toothpaste is important for the younger ones because adult toothpaste can be too strong and they just do not like it and I find they will not then brush their teeth and so this paste is one that I buy on a regular basis for them to use and it suits them and they quite happily brush their teeth and are happy This paste I buy usually for around £1.15 and it is available from most supermarkets at around the same price, it comes in a tube of 50g and I think ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/08/10 (Very useful, 38 readings)
We all wait for that special moment our baby's first tooth. From then it's a nightmare with a teething baby the sleepless nights may start again. Not only does that cause a problem then it's the decision of what toothpaste to use! For some parents it's not what toothpaste you choose but simply what toothpaste you little one will let you use. There is the main contenders when it comes to children's toothpaste colgate or aquafresh. Although we have colgate ourselves we opted for aquafresh for our eldest son. We were given a small sample with our bounty pack and went from there. I would highly recommend going for a mint based toothpaste as when you move onto ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/05/10 (Very useful, 85 readings)
I think that cleaning your teeth is very important and as soon as a child has the first teeth it is a time to learn them to start taking care of them because they are going to have them for a very long time and so need to keep them as healthy as they possibly can. My grandson comes to stay sometimes and he is almost 17 months and one day he watched me cleaning my teeth and he was trying to do the same to his own teeth with his fingers and he was copying my movements, and so I thought I would buy him his own tooth brush and toothpaste. I saw this child's toothpaste from Tesco for only £1.15 for a 50ml tube I thought it was excellent value for ... Read the complete review
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